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Colored papers (Paper)
|Named Person:||James Monroe|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Edgar S Van Winkle; James Monroe; Whig Party (N.Y.)
|Notes:||"Dear Sir, we have the honor to inform you, that the Whig Convention of Delegates for the Sixth Congressional District, assembled at Constitution Hall on the 12th instant, unanimously (and by acclamation) nominated you as the representative of the said district, for the residue of the term of the present Congress".
Signed: Edgar S. Van Winkle, Gerardus Clark, John Friend, Wm. C. Barrett, John Ridley, committee.
In his reply, James Monroe declines the nomination.
The letters are dated "New-York, 14 Oct'r, 1848" and "New-York, October 16th, 1848", respectively.
Printed on blue paper.
|Description:|| p. (the last 2 p. blank) ; 26 cm.|